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Re: Examples of harm


   Before this discussion goes any further, I am not a member of the Board.  
My only job is to select photos for the Journal and the upcoming Journal is 
my first endeavor in this area --- such assumptions and misunderstandings are 
exactly why I did not ask any questions earlier on this subject. 

   As I pointed out before, I don't really care about this policy one way or 
the other.  I am simply trying to understand the rabid feelings against it.  
From the information I have read about the IAC program, it simply appears to 
be strong encouragement to register hostas --- that's it.

   And not to be nasty or anything, but I stopped asking the question "Why 
make up rules no one wants to follow?" when I was in third grade --- it's 
really not a legitimate
argument.  After hearing educated adults who really should know better mouth 
and write the same words a million times during my 20 year career on Capitol 
Hill, it really makes me want to wretch!

   I am not arguing with you or defending the policy (I have no special 
insight into the matter), I am simply attempting to understand both sides of 
the argument --- things are slow in the garden right now.

   Take care!

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